Studying

Revision Techniques

Two words: Exam season. As we adventure back into our normal university routine, the first couple of weeks are exams. Good luck everyone! I found it so difficult to revise at home with all the food and Christmas movies on. I literally spent a whole day watching Disney films with my sister in law. However, […]

What I have learnt from first year!

As many of you know, I’m a second year undergraduate who studies geography. Geography is an intense course because we have a large amount of reading we get assigned. For those non-geographers, yes we do read and not just colour in maps. As I entered second year, I reflected back on my first year to see how I can improve […]

My Final Degree Result

My Final Degree Result

Ive just had my final results! Its still sinking in that Uni is all over, but I don’t want it to end! Looking back on this year, I’ve actually achieved so much more than I realised… this year I: Got my first ever part-time job, working in the Student’s Union and becoming poster girl for […]

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My final piece of coursework!

I’m now in my last couple months of uni, and everything is becoming ‘the last’ or ‘final’ – such as my final piece of coursework I am currently working on! For the Quaternary Environmental Change module we are assessed by 50% coursework and 50% exam. You can tell the coursework is third year stuff – its […]

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